Copy data from one sheet to another sheets in the same excel based on date

shansakhi

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Hi All,

Good Morning.

I require your assistance to build a macro to copy data from one sheet to another sheets in same excel file based on date criteria.


Below is the main file where we have three sets (may be more in actuals) data which we need to segregate to three different sheets based on date criteria.

Below Data is in one sheet. (Please note the column and rows may increase)
ABCD123
ORGDestCarPTFCAmountEff Date
A1B1ABHUBPS41223-Sep-14
A2B2ABHUBKS44224-Sep-14
A3B3ABHUBLS48225-Sep-14
ABCD456
ORGDestCarPTFCAmountEff Date
A4B4BBBUBPB40024-Sep-14
A5B5BBBUBKB52025-Sep-14
A6B6BBBUBLB30022-Sep-14
ABCD789
ORGDestCarPTFCAmountEff Date
A7B7CBCUBPC30221-Sep-14
A8B8CBCUBKC10222-Sep-14
A9B9CBCUBLC60020-Sep-14

<TBODY>
</TBODY>


We would like to have three dirfferent sheets ABCD123, ABCD456 and ABCD789 (the names may change).
Then based on Eff Date -- if data is availabe from same day onward then we need to copy the same and paste it to respecting sheets.

Considering 23 Sep 2014 is today ...

The data in output sheets would be as below ...

Sheet1 - ABCD123

ORGDestCarPTFCAmountEff Date
A1B1ABHUBPS41223-Sep-14
A2B2ABHUBKS44224-Sep-14
A3B3ABHUBLS48225-Sep-14

<TBODY>
</TBODY>


Sheet2-ABCD456

ORGDestCarPTFCAmountEff Date
A4B4BBBUBPB40024-Sep-14
A5B5BBBUBKB52025-Sep-14

<TBODY>
</TBODY>


Sheet3-ABCD789

"NO NEW DATA"
(As there is no data available from 23 Sep 14 onward)

Regards,
Shantanu
 

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